* It’s job and grant application season, so let the Educational Jargon Generator do the heavy lifting.
* LinkedIn founder determines that only LinkedIn can save us now. True story.
* Huge adjunct survey seeks to determine who adjuncts are. Useful, but honestly this sort of thing is really only useful at the level of the discipline. There’s simply so much variation between business school adjuncts and English department adjuncts that there’s hardly any reason to discuss them together at all.
* Do you know where your PhDs are? A Look at Life After the Ph.D.
* I Quit Teach for America.
* What the Northwestern adjunct study doesn’t show.
* Meritocracy, in its majestic equality… The College Degree Boom Is Leaving Poor Kids Behind.
* America is becoming a nation of zero-opportunity employers, in which certain occupations are locked into a terrible pay rate for no valid reason, and certain groups – minorities, the poor, and increasingly, the middle class – are locked out of professions because they cannot buy their way in.
* Here comes the de Blasio oppo. A Sandinista-supporting Leftist? ¡Que lástima!
* The Cory Booker oppo seems a lot more powerful. If Republicans had a better candidate in New Jersey I could see him actually blowing the race.
* Vatican dialectics: Pope condemns economic inequality while the Vatican continues to censure nuns’ anti-poverty work.
* Huge floods in Colorado aren’t even making a dent in the West’s forever-drought.
* The ultimate #slatepitch.
* And it looks like my Rolling Jubilee skepticism may have been well-founded. Bummer.